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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:32 am
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Here is the case I made for the Walkera 4#3B 11.00 at walmart






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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:12 pm
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Chain,

Nice case you got there. Is that a case made especially made for the Walkera 4#3B or is it some other kind of case and you modified it? In any case, that's a great case for the heli!

Also, I was wondering how well does its gyro hold the tail? I heard it's not heading lock.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 7:11 am
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Chain,

Nice case you got there. Is that a case made especially made for the Walkera 4#3B or is it some other kind of case and you modified it? In any case, that's a great case for the heli!

Also, I was wondering how well does its gyro hold the tail? I heard it's not heading lock.


I bought the case at walmart for 11.00 it has one foam pad that has the little squares you can remove. I just laid it out and cut to fit.
gyro hold the tail just fine, my problem is I just can't fly this type of heli yet.
I have had 3 different people fly it that know how to fly fixed pitch.
They did not have any issues at all. Matter of fact 2 of them bought one and the 3rd guy already has one. He was my hobby guy that turned me onto it.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 12:17 pm
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Chain wrote:
I bought one about a month ago. The 4#3B is very well made.
I love the size, metal upgrades, and very nice radio.

I was thinking I had issues with the heli so took it to my hobby shop to talk with the guy I deal with.
He fired it up and flew it without a hitch. Perfect hover and all.
I just need to learn to fly it.
BTW this is one tough sucker. I have crashed it over 100 times and not broken a thing. And some of them was really bad crashes.
About 30 charges now and I might get a 10 sec flight before I crash.
I go to the hobby store once a week just to watch the guy fly it for me just so I can see it does fly.
Can't wait till I learn to fly this thing. I flies great if you know what your doing.
Now my CX2 I have to problems. I fly it like a pro. But this little sucker takes more skill than I have.
I bought a case at walmart to carry everything. very cool


I don't know why anyone would recommand the 4#3b for someone who is just starting out. It's a great little flyer but very hard to learn from. You need to start with a more stable dual-axial heli such as the Walkera 5g6 for indoors or a bigger helis such as the Walkera 5#10 or the Walkera 4g1b for a small outdoor yard. They are all around $100 each at wowhobbies.com. I've purchase a couple of helis there and continue to get parts also so I can vouch for them. Good luck. Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:53 am
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usarmyguy wrote:


I don't know why anyone would recommand the 4#3b for someone who is just starting out. It's a great little flyer but very hard to learn from. You need to start with a more stable dual-axial heli such as the Walkera 5g6 for indoors or a bigger helis such as the Walkera 5#10 or the Walkera 4g1b for a small outdoor yard. They are all around $100 each at wowhobbies.com. I've purchase a couple of helis there and continue to get parts also so I can vouch for them. Good luck. Smile


Like I stated above I do have a CX2 which I fly very well now. But this little 4#3b gives me fits. lol But I do love flying heli's and I will learn how to fly it soon I hope.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 11:03 am
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Chain wrote:
Here is the case I made for the Walkera 4#3B 11.00 at walmart



what department? Is it a tool case? I've been in the storage section and the hardware section and can't find the case you show.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2008 8:35 am
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It is in the gun section. It is a pistol case.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:45 am
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checked every department except that one tonite. Thanks! Will pick one up tomorrow
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:54 am
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Nice case and a good price too.

Thanks

DW
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